How do I participate in an on-site auction?
Where are auctions held?
What type of property is auctioned?
Should I inspect the Real Property?
Do I have to be present to partipate/How do I submit a written bid for an on-site auction?
Can I bid on the Internet?
Can I get a good deal at these auctions?
How does the deposit work?
What happens to my deposit check if I am not the winning bidder?
When multiple properties are being sold at the same time and location, how many deposit checks do I need if I wish to bid on more than one property?
Is there a minimum bid?
What is the reserve price?
How is the opening bid established?
Do I need to read the Terms of Sale?
How does a closing work/When is payment due?
What forms of payment are acceptable?
What happens if I can't close?
Is financing available?
Do I get a clear title?
What is a Special Warranty Deed?
Do I need a Broker?
Are there any restrictions on who can bid?
If I am not a U.S. citizen, may I participate?
If I am a Government Employee, may I participate?
Why is property seized?
How do I know this is a reputable auction?
Are there any fees?
Still have a question? Click here to email us or call the Public Auction Line at (703) 273-7373. Please include the address of the property that you are interested in.